It has been a little more than 2 weeks since I purchased a few products from the FitGlow Beauty skincare line. I have been trying them for two weeks and I must say that so far I love them.
A little bit about FitGlow; it is a Canadian brand and their products are certified organic, paraben free, cruelty free, gluten free, fragrance free and vegetarian/vegan.
I recently decided to integrate more organic products in my skincare regimen, because, lets be real, the skin does absorb whatever you apply on it. Although organic skincare products can be a little pricey, but I think they are worth it.
Since FitGlow is brand new to me, I decided to purchase just a few products so I can try them out and see how my skin reacts to them. I purchase the Sea toning mist and the Renew cream and as a complimentary gift, I received the Eye cream for free.
The Sea Toning Mist is both a toner and a setting spray. Main ingredients are organic aloe vera and sea extracts. I mostly use it as a toner instead of a setting spray, given that glycerin is not listed as one of the ingredients, I personally don’t think it will set my make up. As a toner, it makes skin feels so refreshed and it has a fresh citrusy smell, like fresh flowers, which is very pleasant and not overbearing at all.
The Renew Cream is by far my favorite moisturizer out of all the ones that I have tried. Main ingredients are Kojic acid, Willow Bark and Wildcrafted ginseng. This moisturizer is not heavy, is non greasy and makes my skin feel moisturized and supple. Although it doesn’t have SPF, it is supposed to renew, brighten and reverse any signs of aging. I only have been using this moisturizer for a little over than 2 weeks, I have not seen any major changes as of yet, but I love the way it makes my skin feel.
The Eye C is the eye cream. It is my first officially owned eye cream. I had some eye cream samples from Sephora, but for some reason they irritated my eyes a lot. This is the first one that doesn’t irritate my eyes. Main ingredients are Vitamin C, Botanical Hyalluronic acid, Peptide, Squalane and R lipoic acid. It is supposed to moisturize while plumping the skin around the eyes. So far, I haven’t seen the skin around my eyes being plumped, but I can say that it is softer and more moisturized than it has ever been.
My conclusion: I love these products so far and I think I want to stick with FitGlow for now. The packaging is nice and the products are nice and these products also have an expiry date, which in my opinion is very good. I have combination to oily skin type, I don’t have to worry so much about having an allergic reaction due to harsh chemicals, and so far they work for me. Now the question is, do I recommend this brand? Absolutely!!
Thanks for reading, until next time loves!